men's portraits 16th century

Pierre Quthe :: Franzois Clouet

Pierre Quthe by artist Franzois Clouet - men's portraits 16th century
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Franzois Clouet (1510-1572) Pierre Quthe

Oil on wood, 1562 (91 x 70 cm)( 35,8 x 27,5 inch ) Museu du Louvre, Paris

[ Bearded man in a laconic interior with a portiere. On a table the open herbarium-book. ]

image: Public domain

Submitted by: JenKiriakos

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User   User Rating: 400  May 9, 2019

Very elegant portrait, which combines aristocracy, status and a little shade of luxury. The author depicted a pharmacist, and next to him is a book with images of plants. But only this element speaks about the profession of the hero, the other details emphasize his status as a member of society as a whole. The artist created the image of a neat person, attentive to details, educated. His clothes are strict and elegant, modest and luxurious. The author limited himself to the classic combination of [Expand]


Ann   User Rating: 160  November 17, 2019

Pierre Quthe looks reasonable and restrained


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